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I owed this plan from 1977 to Dec 1978. Sold it and got married

Written on 02/26/2024 by Larry Sward

Great photo, there is a lot of lift and thrust to make this happen!

Written on 02/26/2024 by Dan Nelson

Bravo Pavel!

Written on 02/26/2024 by Hunter Vincent

Adelma--I believe it's a propeller blade from the aircraft parked on the other side.

Written on 02/26/2024 by Scott Boyd

Heading north 1-05-2024 over St Augustine , Florida.

Written on 02/26/2024 by Jan Wegrzyn

this is 40QG

Written on 02/26/2024 by Michael Guessetto

WOW.. Very nice looking plane!

Written on 02/26/2024 by sparkie624

"How was that landing Chuckles?"

Written on 02/26/2024 by Lynn Umby

landing gear...

Written on 02/26/2024 by Peter Kiss

Love how the grey backdrop really makes the blue colors pop!

Written on 02/26/2024 by japanjeff

Boy, does this bring back memories.

Written on 02/26/2024 by Donna Yost

Oh John, you know that is a beautiful CAT II/CAT III Day! Great photo!

Written on 02/26/2024 by Donna Yost

J.W.: Would of been nice to see what aircraft they were and I do believe you are familiar with the Flightradar playback feature. A five-vote from me to balance out the pathetic 1 vote. The outdated scale has got to go if not the whole vote feature.

Written on 02/26/2024 by warmwynds

Isn't this sold as a Linneage, based on the E190? Nice aircraft.

Written on 02/26/2024 by Larry Toler

Nice livery

Written on 02/26/2024 by Prakritij Hazarika

I don't miss working out on an airport ramp when it's like that!

Written on 02/25/2024 by John Giambone

Brrr.....I get cold chills just looking at this Ken!

Written on 02/25/2024 by John Giambone

Thank's Gunnar & Ken.

Written on 02/25/2024 by John Giambone

Shades of James Bond in ‘You Only live Twice’……..

Written on 02/25/2024 by James Simms

This aircraft simply DC4 a quite achiever , as is DC3 These aircraft very hardy out living other aircraft great photo thank you .

Written on 02/25/2024 by Steven Richardson

Sweet pic!

Written on 02/25/2024 by Steve OBrien

Wow what a hentooth!!!! A reason to visit Kansas again!

Written on 02/25/2024 by Steve OBrien

I am not an expert in aircraft, hence my mistake. But I've corrected it ;-)

Written on 02/25/2024 by volker fa. luebke


Written on 02/24/2024 by Félix Richard

@ warmwynds yea your right thanks

Written on 02/24/2024 by daniel jef

@ Bret Rings thats right thank you

Written on 02/24/2024 by daniel jef

@ adelma thank you!!

Written on 02/24/2024 by daniel jef


Written on 02/24/2024 by Joseph Handelman

TJ says nice paint.

Written on 02/24/2024 by Michael Carden

I see that she is finally off the ground at New Haven. I hope whoever is flying her treats her as the Queen she is. PS to new owner/pilot: you have room and cuisine at FD72 if you are in the area, stop by.

Written on 02/24/2024 by Mary Fleagle

Stunning takeoff!

Written on 02/24/2024 by YetAnotherPlanespotter

Sweet shot.

Written on 02/24/2024 by David Plummer

Great shot, John.

Many years ago, I worked a FedEx MD-11 at the Indy hub. Left Indy for Anchorage and then Tokyo, I was an international checker for the containers going to Tokyo. I will never forget just how big these birds are when looking up at them from the ramp. It is a totally different perspective than looking out at an aircraft from a passenger terminal gate.

Written on 02/24/2024 by David Plummer

Nasty day but fantastic picture.

Written on 02/24/2024 by David Plummer

Great picture!

Written on 02/24/2024 by Gunnar Hanson

love this. miss hand flying. rock solid stability going to minimum's

Written on 02/24/2024 by cougardad

Landed at airport code 'CL45'.

Written on 02/24/2024 by pdx650

To Ed Jones: This photo was taken Canon 7D + Sigma 150-600.
I am currently shooting with Eos R6 and Sigma 60-600. ;-)

Written on 02/24/2024 by Pavel Hon

J-062 - General Dynamics F-16AM Fighting Falcon - Netherlands - Air Force

Written on 02/24/2024 by Pavel Hon

Great shot!!!!!!!!!

Written on 02/24/2024 by Florian Badura

What date was this photos taken?

Written on 02/24/2024 by Lars Baek

Great shot! What are you shooting with?

Written on 02/24/2024 by Ed Jones

Very nice composition John. 5*

Written on 02/24/2024 by Dave Sheehy

Chuck Pergiel - With the red/white checkerboard on the tail, I'm guessing Polish.

Written on 02/24/2024 by Al Miller

Yes, final approach to the sea plane base at VRMM.

Written on 02/24/2024 by Kay West

Another beauty of a pic John.....
blowing snow & buildings really give the pic action and perspective.

Written on 02/24/2024 by ken kemper

Nice broadside of a 757 John....

At ATW I'm sure I have been under the plane at least several times loading it before its either Indy or Memphis departure.

Written on 02/24/2024 by ken kemper


You made a cool photo out of the crummy conditions just the same. Great job.

Written on 02/24/2024 by ken kemper


Great photo favorite one of the week.

Written on 02/24/2024 by ken kemper

Western only had -200s. The number 2 engine intake on the -200 is round and slightly elevated above the fuselage, the -100 intake is more oval shaped and the bottom of that intake becomes part of the fuselage. If is more obvious from straight on but you can actually see in this picture that there is a gap there. The 2 doors over the wing is a give away but the reason for that is the longer fuselage and the need for more exits because of the more passengers. I flew all three seats on this fleet and logged about 6,000 hours. Great plane - “check essential” will bring back memories for those that flew it— dan

Written on 02/24/2024 by Daniel McElroy


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